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Route details announced for Tour de Georgia

Race organisers of America's premiere stage race, the Dodge Tour de Georgia, released comprehensive details on the route today. Classified by UCI as a 2.1 level race on the America Tour Continental Calendar, the multi-stage event will begin in Augusta, Georgia on April 19 and finish six days later at Alpharetta City Hall on April 24.

Race distances vary from a 18.6 mile (29.9 km) time trial (Stage 3) midway through the race to the race's longest stage the following day at 133.4 miles (214.7 km) from Dalton to Dahlonega. However, without doubt the most anticipated stage will be the fifth stage finishing atop Brasstown Bald Mountain, coming after 113.4 miles (182.4 km) of racing.

The Stages

April 19: Stage 1 - Augusta - Macon, 128.9 miles (207.4 km)
April 20: Stage 2 - Fayetteville - Rome, 122.7 miles (197.5 km)
April 21: Stage 3 - Rome Time Trial, 18.6 miles (29.9 km)
April 22: Stage 4 - Dalton - Dahlonega, 133.4 miles (214.7 km)
April 23: Stage 5 - Gainesville - Brasstown Bald Mtn., 113.4 miles (182.4 km)
April 24: Stage 6 - Blairsville (Union County - Alpharetta, 125.2 miles (201.5 km)

More information: www.dodgetourdegeorgia.com

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